Find alternate route if you're going to CCP complex from Taft. There are three stop lights and the last one has 25-go / 175-stop interval.
Avoid if possible especially during rush hour! Provincial buses turn around here since the Manila LGU's recent bus-ban. And the non-control of counterflowing kuligligs or pedicabs by local authorities
Shortcut to Makati
Home of the best brownies,cakes and lemon squares! Becky's kitchen
This street originates from Makati (P Ocampo extension)cuts thru Manila and terminates in Pasay at Roxas Blvd
ATM machines in the area: 3 at BPI Family Bank, 1 each at Unionbank, PSBank, BPI. There's a BDO ATM machine inside St. Scholastica, and a Metrobank ATM machine inside 7-11.
Important spots along Pablo Ocampo are: the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Harrison Plaza, Century Park Hotel, Orchid Garden Suites, Rizal Memorial Stadium and several schools
This street crosses three Metro Manila cities: Makati, Manila and Pasay
Three major schools are near Vito Cruz: De La Salle University, DLS College of St. Benilde, and St. Scholastica's College.
Formerly known as Vito Cruz Street, this long stretch is home to blocks of residential areas, quaint shops and the famous Aling Nene's Restaurant. It evntually leads to Estrada St. & Taft Avenue.